Talk:Canarium ovatum

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This post seems to be condensed from a paper presented by Estela Orolfo. The source needed to be cited properly or acknoweledged:

Estela B. Orolfo Ph. D. -Retired CC-III DA-AES ( Paper presented in the Crop Congress during the Agri-Fiesta Sa Bikol 2000 at the UNC Sports Palace, Naga City on Sept. 5, 2000.)

Here's the link: Assessment of The Pili Industry —Preceding unsigned comment added by JoeReal (talkcontribs) 03:41, 29 October 2007 (UTC)

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I am concerned because the description of the taste of the pili nut sounds like it was written by someone who wants to sell them. Although they are tasty when you eat them there is a mealyness (flour-like texture) to them and they certainly are nothing like an almond (pili nuts are much oilier). Sorry if I am putting this is the wrong sub heading... I didn't want to edit the actual article. Robertsmom 70.24.205.12 (talk) 15:34, 14 June 2013 (UTC)